19 Cartoons Like Ben 10: Secret of the Omnitrix (2007)

After the fight that took place in the power plant, Ben is aware that the omnitrix is behaving in an abnormal manner, but he chooses to keep this information to himself and does not share it with anybody else.

Tetrax appears before them and reveals that the omnitrix is broadcasting a signal that instructs it to terminate its own existence. The omnitrix is the one that is transmitting this signal.

Tetrax and Ben have joined forces to embark on a mission to track down the inventor of the Omnitrix in the hopes that it may be repaired and that the impending doom of the universe can be prevented. Gwen makes the decision to conceal her identity so that she might be of aid to her cousin.

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3. Ben 10: Omniverse (2012)


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